Law Enforcement Projects

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AM800 | Michigan Department of Natural Resources

This 29-foot vessel’s main mission is law enforcement patrol on the Great Lakes. It is powered by dual 350 HP Mercury Verado outboard motors, extra seating, ample storage and swim ladder for crew. The vessel offers shock-mitigating seating in the climate-controlled walk around cabin. Other features include RayMarine Axiom Pro 12 screens integrated with RealVision 3D, GPS, Navionics charting, CHIRP radar, RayMarine RV-100 transducer and FLIR thermal imaging camera.

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Freedom 26 | Tampa Police Department

27-foot vessel designed and constructed for the Tampa Police Department Marine Unit. This vessel will allow the police department to patrol and navigate the waters near Tampa and will ensure safety and provide assurance to the citizens while they are on the water. This vessel will allow the police department to patrol and navigate the waters near Tampa and will ensure safety and provide assurance to the citizens while they are on the water. Plus, the vessel is powered by two Yamaha four-stroke stainless steel engines from the Yamaha Salt Water Series II, includes UV Protection and anti-fouling paint ideal for its sunny and salty operating conditions.

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Trooper 25 | Maryland Natural Resources Police

This 25-foot patrol vessel is in operation in the Upper Chesapeake and includes Twin Evinrude G2 HO 250HP outboard engines that allow for speeds up to 54 MPH. Efficiency is key for this vessel, and features a Garmin electronics package, Whelen lightbar and sirens, and Wing fendering.

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Freedom 26 | Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

These 26-foot patrol vessels are in operation on Weiss Lake, and are used for emergency response, patrol and search and rescue. They feature onboard radar, structure scan HD and twin 250 horsepower Mercury V8 engines for quick response to emergencies. 3D structure scan with enhanced SideScan and DownScan Imaging is also included in this vessel’s outfitting package.

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Endeavor 42 | East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office

This 42-foot multi-mission vessel supports law enforcement operations on the Mississippi River and has added fire-fighting capabilities. It is powered by twin Cummins QSB6.7 diesel engines with Konrad 680B stern drives. The integrated firefighting system includes a PTO driven Darley 1500 GPM fire pump with three fire monitors. Other notable features include a Carlisle and Finch Nightfinder 2000 High Powered Searchlight with Integrated FLIR, a four-foot Open Array radar for penetration of fog during low visibility conditions and side scan sonar to support recovery and search operations.

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AM800 | Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

The 29-foot patrol vessels assist in law enforcement on the inland waterways of Mississippi for the fisheries and parks division. Twin Suzuki 300HP outboard motors allow the vessel to reach 45kts. Shock-mitigating SHOXS seating and an enclosed cuddy allow for crew comfort, and the Furuno/Humminbird enhanced navigation package includes radar, side scan sonar and multiple multi-function displays for enhanced situational awareness on the water.